Matt Nagy called timeout to allow Bears crowd to celebrate Robert Quinn’s sack record

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Robert Quinn made Bears history with his 18th sack of the season during Sunday’s dominant win against the Giants. He surpassed Bears great and Hall of Famer Richard Dent for the single-season sack record.

During Sunday’s game against the Giants, there was a moment when it looked like New York’s inability to drop back and throw the football would take away from Quinn’s opportunity to break the record.

But Quinn finally got home on Mike Glennon in the fourth quarter, after the Giants were forced to turn to the passing game trailing by 26 points.

After Quinn’s sack, Bears head coach Matt Nagy took a timeout to allow Quinn to soak in the moment — and the home crowd to shower him with praise. And it was a really cool moment.

While fans can’t wait to see Nagy go following this season — which is a given at this point — Nagy showed why he’s a players coach. It’s one of the reasons why the Bears, even in a lost season, continue to fight in these final games, unlike teams like the Giants.

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